Find your story and tell it

If you don´t tell your story, someone else will
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It is not about the cover letter or your resume, it is about you. Learn how to tell your story through writing, or explain it properly. The rest will follow. The secret of a well-written cover letter is to learn to write well. The secret of an interesting resume is to have done interesting things. So do interesting things and learn to write about them.

I believe the format how any story is presented is not as important as the content of it. You are the one that know it better than anyone. And you are the creator, the main character of that story. Now, go and tell it, do not be shy. If you find the right listeners, they will be engaged. If they are not listening, then go and look further. Continue reading

Spot on the Millennials

Millennials joining hands
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As a Millennial myself I feel the duty of saying something about a revealing study that spots on my generation behavior. As Michael Brito points out – Every brand wants to understand us – our online behavior, where we spend our time, what we care about, how we work, purchase patterns, etc. And the reason is pretty simple. There are over 80 million of us roaming the Internet, which is by far the largest generation to date.

So, here we are. With a greater buying power every day. With the willingness of taking control to speak out loud of our purchasing experiences and, moreover, be listened by those brands that are willing to have a conversation with us. And, one more thing, with an extraordinary ability to change.

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